Does this really work?
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Using Windows Vista 64, IE9.
I still get quest xp and level up appropriately, but I can't see the actual xp bar to the right of my level number. My mouse recognizes the space where the bar should be, and if I click on it, it sends me to the quest page. I just can't see it.
Even if you didn't have a card associated with PSN, it's a good idea to change your passwords and contact, say, Experian, to put a 90-day fraud alert on your identity. All the details that they got about address and birthday are the kind of details that one would need if one were thieving identities.
I checked out this game after the quick look and ended buying the first-ever lifetime subscription I've ever purchased. No, it's no WoW. Not yet. It's been out for a bloody week, and WoW's been out for almost 7 years. It is, however a damn solid MMO, with great production values and it's a lot of fun to play. I'm sure adjustments to the UI and more customization options will be patched in as the game finds its footing, but I've had nothing but a blast while playing it. All it's done has made me excited about what's coming down the pipe.
Also, I don't know what constitues a "casual" play-session for Jeff, but I've been hitting this game hard all weekend long and I'm only up to about level 12. So maybe casual, on-again-off-again play to Jeff is actually 48-hour gaming marathons. I have no idea. It doesn't make any sense though.